Fannie Lou Hamer Calls Out For A Response From Today’s America In World Premiere Documentary

Fannie Lou Hamer’s words are a rallying cry for today’s generation, emblazoned upon placards at rallies across the country: Continue Reading →

Moms Group Applauds Biden Administration Executive Order On Private Prisons

Statement of leaders of MomsRising, the online and on-the-ground organization of more than one million mothers and their families,

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Seitu’s World: America Celebrates A New President And Vice President In The Harlem Streets

By Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, November 7th, 2020, on West 148 Street and Broadway Harlemites and others celebrated by shouting, banging drums, dancing, and more Continue Reading →


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Commit To Getting The Care You Need As You Age

Older adults in America are living longer lives and will outnumber people under the age of 18 by nearly 500,000 by 2034, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Continue Reading →

Etu’s World: When Do We Win The Race?

By Etu Evans

“Racism is America’s fragrance and mutilated dead black bodies are the trophy of the kill. Hung from trees as strange fruits to drown in blood while breathing. Continue Reading →


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AARP Report Claims Age Discrimination Still Widespread In The Workplace From Harlem to Hollywood

Turning 50 means getting a solicitation in the mail to join AARP and having to be on the lookout for age discrimination in the workplace. Both, it appears, are part of getting older. Continue Reading →

Harlem Born John Catsimatidis One Of 72 Of America’s Richest Billionaires Living In NY

America’s richest keep getting richer. The wealthiest Americans on the annual Forbes 400 list grew their combined net worth by just over 2 percent from the previous year, making them worth $2.96 trillion in 2019. Continue Reading →

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